Grateful Dead Live at Irvine Meadows on 1988-04-24
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
FOB-AUD> PCM> DAT> CDR; EAC> WAVE LAB> CD WAVE> MKW> SHN (Seekable); Converted and seeded to etree by Steven Leeds, with thanks to Paul B.
- 2004-07-02 14:01:01
- FOB-AUD > PCM > DAT > CDR
- Irvine, CA
- Audience: Unknown Mics
- Irvine Meadows
Subject: Seans Birthday
Subject: Thomas!....THOMAS! - Brent's Rooster solo
Subject: Thank you kindly
Subject: Fantastic Quality!
Subject: If only all Auds sounded like this ....
Subject: Excellent Sound
Subject: "." Nonintuitive
Subject: Forget about the board...
Even if you hate AUDs, download the FLAC files and treat yourself to some great sounding audio! :)
Subject: Believe it or not, this is an AUD
Subject: Soundboard snobs, stay away
Subject: Not necessary... Fine but never Divine
2nd Set: Alright, y'all happy to get your "Box?" It's sweet and cozy. "Samson" has a false start then takes us on an enjoyable if not blazing ride through its terrain. A plucky "Iko" keeps the crowd moving. "LLR" is slightly over-the-top but that effort is appreciated. It's spring '88 obligatory partner "Terrapin" follows. A carbon-copy album version without the orchestrations. "Drums" is about as 'space'y with percussion as I've heard in some time. "Space" doesn't quite reach the ominous places I'd wish it to. It appears we're heading down the 'OO->Wharf->Throwing->NFA' third night routine. Ideally, lasers would be employed when Brent decides to drive us into hyperspace during "OO." "Wharf" is a band going through the (professional) motions. "Throwing" sounds a little thin and rushed compared to the norm; Jerry's guitar (7:30) ounds like Stevie Wonder's wurlitzer during 'Superstition.' Some lady cannot stop screaming during the "NFA." Anyways, it's bouncy and fun.
Choosing "Quinn" to end with keeps the audience bright and happy.
2 4/5 stars
Subject: ooh Bobby!
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